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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 1 December 1855

EVENING STAR. COURTING Hoy*, when you court You should deport Yourselves with circumspection, It in a sin To seek to win And trifle with affection Nor, when sincere The men appear In ^Ailantry and wooing, Can woman jilt W ithout the guilt Of almilar misdoing. Too many court In luotigbtleaa sport, ^or thiak ?Len they have parted, r>u what they've done? The loving one Left courted broken-hearted Too many jilt With eqi U guilt. Nor tnink, while thus they trifile, That mk.i have hfarts To feel l.nvr's darts, ThoiiRk ihey their feelings stifle. I n all we <1 > We should be true, Nor mis* an expectation. T^nless *tl?* meant. To full extent, To meet the obligation Chisehb Bcbxkrt.?Two American gentle men have recently penetrated the coantry for some distance, in the neighborhood of Shiing iai. They wiite a? follows: Tho country ha? been charming-hills, valleys, groves and .streams being found in pleasing variety. Tho sides of the mountain* are souietiinos terraced Te!7 ae!lV'7, ea...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 3 December 1855

-THE EVENING STAR, Ft HLIStiCD EVKKV AI'TE.IXUU.1, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) At ??? .*!?? Builrtinft. rorntr t*f P?*K.'fivaete ?r<iv: a* t E'.ivtntk strtH, 3 y W. D. WALLACE, Wla bt???erred tosubscribe". by carrier* at SIX A HUARTER CENTS, payable weekly t.->}h. K^rnle; peper* scived In pucker* at 3-"^ ?rats per month. To mall Rub*criber? the sub *r:n->v.n {tricela THREE DOLLARS AND FIT TV CI ?IS a year i?adra?c?,TWO DOLLARS for sir u^vvhi, an 1 ONE DOLLAR for ttuet ir.ortiu; r r less than thrcs months at the rale >f Itf* r onts .i w?vk. r - SINGLE COPIES ONL CENT. T?PH AM V Rim LET'S NEW A>TD CHEAP SADDLE. HARASS ASP TRUWX STORE, 199 Severth ?t ,opposite Odd Fellows Hall. 31 ESSES. TO I'll AM. late of Philtde'phla, a. d |NORFLKT cf this ci:y. respectfully announce to Their friend* and the p'ibllc, tuat thev have v.on. nv:iCed tho 8;ul?Llir.?- Businnts at the above ^tand. where they w.ll make and keep cou^tantly On hand a lar^e and superior assortment of?M-' Indies', and Bovss...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 3 December 1855

EVENING STAR. WA.RKINGTON CITT: W>JII?AV December 3, 1N1. I V Adtbrti8smk?tr fthoald be bonded in by It o'clock, M , otherwise '.hoy may not ap Ve.vr until the ne\t da y. SPIRIT OF THE MOBVlJie PRIM Ihe Intelligencer mourns cvsr the political c^iditicn of the country, brought about by the abrogation ol the Missouri restriction; the *tatc if cur foreign relation*, and thinks Cougress will hate a bard task of it to " dare the pieces." The Union pronounco3 the nationality of the Know Nothings as a humbug, and argues to prove that the prospects of the National De mocracy is cxoellent, Indeed. Tho li-t of members of the thirty-fourth Congress will bo found on the first page of to day's Star. WASHINGTON NEWS AND GOSSIP. The Platform and the Democratic Nomi nations ?The Hon. Uco. W. Jones, of Ten nessee. was chairman cf tho caucus of Demo cratic member? on Saturday night last, and Messrs. RuOin, of North Carolina, and Eng qlith. of Indiana, wcro secretaries. Fifty members were present i...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 3 December 1855

KVENIMOSTAR. ?iO'IAL INTELLIGENCE. Iuk Lacmch or the Mtsvr.snTA.?Sa'ur day, the 1st of December, 1S55?that bright oeautiful, and charming Jay on which the "fHendid steam-frigate Minnesota graccfilly inclined hor n??bie brow, and kissed the gautle wares that leaped op, as if in cxulta?W. to greet her?will long be remembered by th" ***?* thousands wh> witnessed the sublimo and thrilling specLac'.e of the bunch It m truly a grand, a joyou*, exciting . Ihe tranquil waters of the Potom.c Virion d as brilliant and enchanting a sky a? ever canoried the metropolis-* gvntle, fUmmor liae breeze fanned the glowing face ofnature ?he surr unding hill^ tind wharves, the ho?i?o tops, the windo**, and the '-Old All.'gh.-.ny" were crow led with thousand* of both seitu? and several steamers, as well us innumerable ??il and 'ow boats, dotted the placid bosom of t.?c imacostin. About occ o'clock, the President of the limted St'.tee, Secretaries Dobbin, Pavi", and ? uthrie. Sydney Webster. Esq., and ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 3 December 1855

EVENING STAR. TO MY WIFE Wb*n ou thy bmom I recline, '.Is raptured still to rail thee rnlsr To call the? mine for life, 1 trlorv 1n the sirred tie*, v\ bich morferu wit# and fools despise O/ '1 j sbend and of wlf?. (Me mutual flaaK luapiree oar bUss ; Ffc'' tender look the melting kiss, Even roar* hare a at de troyed; N'uie fweet s< Nation. ever new, ?-pr1a/? up and proves the maxim true. The* love can n^'er be eloy'd. 'lave I a w!*b ????? all for thee. H a>t lht.u a wish ??Jtl? all far ma s-o soft our moments move, ? hat angels look with a;dent gaze, WtJI pleaded to see our happy days, Antt bid us live?and lor*. If cares arf?e?and cares will c>^aie? I'fc v b ??m Is my softest home, I 'H lull me there to rest; \rd 1* there aught disturbs my fklr f 1 '11 bid h?r sigh out every care, And lose it la my breast H*v- I a wl?h *?'tis all her owu : Aud bars and mine are rolled Ln oa?,? Our hearts are so entwined, riiuf, like the Ivy round the tree, Hi--i id ip In closest amity, *T ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 4 December 1855

' THE EVENING STAR, tt'BUSHED EVERY AFTEK*OU!*, (CXCEPT SUNDAY,) At tkt St#? BuiHingt, rorn$r of and ?(tr<fU4 Unit, By^W. D. WALLACE, Wl.i be to subscriber* by <*arrter? at SIX AND A qUANTRA CENTS, payable weekly the Agents; paper* served in pack&gM at 37^ ?cnt* pet mon-h. To mail subscribers the sub scripting prle?U THREE DOLLARS AND FIF TY CENTS a year i> odranct, TWO DOLLARS for tlr months, and ONE DOLLAR for three for 1?*?h tbnn three moqfhi; at the rate of t*.M eeat* a w *k. 117" SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. VOL. VI WASHINGTON C., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1855. NO. 910. Information for Travelers. WASHJIOTO.I IIHANt'il ltAILROAO> |1HAX?C OF HOURS.- On and after Mon day, the 'IA. instant, the Train* will Leave \Va*>hlngton at 6 and -X a m , ud 3 and p m. On Sunday at p. m. Leave Baltimore a: lit and 2 4 a. m . ud 3 and Sir P m On Sunday at 4 j< a m. ap23?tr T. H. PARSONS', Agent fUR no (J PIT VKR1UPI. ON TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS? FAR?, round trip, *1; from Alexandria m ^...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 4 December 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: Tl'KIO.W DNtaktt 4? 1MI t ?>* *PT?rr:ipvii*Ti should be handed In fcy 15 Velocfc V. cifcorwise thej may not ap |?u citil the next iav. stteit cr t^s Moumre fexsi. Tbe Cnum announocs that It will hereaf ter be oenf! acted under the Arm of A. O. P. Kiel .son and John #. Forney, and that It 1s ecxo'.tted to the fortunes of no aspirant for the Li mctratic Presidential nomination, but i" pzoparcd to support wboerer may be eo nominated. Tbe snmo journal also urges the party ir. Congress, Senate and House, to sup port their regular nominees. The Intiilufwr is this morning devoted Whoi'y to Dt*l WASHINGTON NEWS AND OO08IP. The Crganiration ?Everything of interest, except 44 the organisation," is in a state of ?la^LSt:oj in Washington, to-day, *nd that ?wiis -t u dtad-lcck up to noon this morning. Th? four ballet'ngs for a Speaker had yester dry, demonstrated the truth of what we had picviou?'j written ooncerning the faot that the Hoc so were at headi and po...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 4 December 1855

evening star. 1 LOCAL INTELLIGENCE .."Vr"' passing ? i?S Pcn?;JU?nla RTen*?, between 8ixtU la:,rY"l> "^^(within the last two days) Mr^tJTk fti ** ob'?n;6 the 'Icganlly con atruUed bul ting. eroupUd by Mr Z D Oil. #J?h ^ diU8*tore, tbo appearance being such u>t onoe to attract general attention wa< r *! ^ration. iTU establishment V* P*.1*' for thc time, on Si.arday rrenmg at 8 o'clock, wher. the ?en fri? if!?***Cu-let0*t*n^-oni*'7 entertained his !?>n,i ?? k m?i a liuilt?d descrip tion of tb? building : tho f.,c&)1. on lbe A/c. r ?!. ? il-*li*n*>leef architecture, K ?S?.,b2 b.iidiLg, ir-V *?? ,"? ^erd, Esq., makes an impos r?'l! fVS J* ?Ur ^ruwinK city. The rales , . tJ1ruK establishment is very richly ?aJ - eautifully ornaments, aud is well adapt ed to tae business. The depth of the store, fr^m front to rear, is 75 feet; the width is 16 ? *be altitude of the ceiling, (which is arched,) ji 15 feet. The front is composed of splendid British plate glass, 10 feet high...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 4 December 1855

EVENING STAR. A LAMENT ? T T. K. U?av?Y. ?to sleeps that still and pleasant sleep. For which the weary pant In vain, And. where the dew* of evening weep, I may not weep ag-in? ?>' .iever m^re upou her 5hali 1 behold the wild-flowers wave! They laid her where the sua and moon Looked on he, tomb with loving eye, And 1 have heard the breexe of June Sweep o'er it?like a sigh ; X ud the wild river's wailing song Orew dirge-like an It sto e a!ong. And I have dreampt, in many dreams, Of aer who was a dream to me; And talked to her, by summer at earns. In crowds, and on the^ea. ''ill in my aoul ahe waa enahrined A young?Egeria of the mind. Tls j ears ago'?and other eyes Have riant their beauty o'er my yoath; And I hate bung on other siigha And sounds that seemed like truth ; And loved the music which they gave, Like the. which perished in the grave, Ard I have left the cold and dead, To ming'ewith the litinf c*ld: There is a weight arourd my head. My heart is growing old; * ??? nra ref l...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 5 December 1855

THE EVENING STAR, rrDLl9iiet> KtfcKV AF rrrtNO.t;*, (BXCErT SUNDAY,) 4t tkt Slsr ffmildt t k J, (.orntr of fiuty'tMit ???Mil* ?rH Ibrixli Xfitt, By W. 1). W1LLACB, WW be to nctMrrlbera by canters at SIX AND A ({L'ARTKK CE.M r#, payable weekly lc the Agent*; paper* v?rr<*d In p?ckr.??-* at STJf ?rut* per month. To maU ?ubacrr>erw the rJb ?crtptlo&pricrts THREE DOLLARS AND Ply TVCBNTO 17?r i??<r?Ki,TWO DOLLARS for ?<r month*, and ONE DOLLAR for three month*; for leas than three months at the rate of 1?* cent*a week. U^SIWLK CO PI KS ONE CENT. ?: * 5 t i A ? ? ? ?? VW . >.*? ? ill?at? VOL. VI GTON, D. C. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1855. NO. 911. Information for Travelers. WASHnOTO.I BRANCH RAILROAD. ? l???EflB ?: I MUAUK OF HOI KS On and after Mon r 334 "**tont, the Trains will Leave Washington at 6 and a m , and 3 and 4K p m ? *' On Sunday at 4* p. m. . . 5 U"T m Uft"lBlore ? ?* ??*<? ** * m., aid 3 and On Sunday at 4* ? in. aptt?it T. H. PARSONS, 0? _ MOUNT VKRIO...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 5 December 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: WIDNMDAT December ?, 1M#. ?s>- ADT**r:s?*i*T9?bould be handed in by IS o'clock, M., otherwise they ?aj not ap pear until the next day ty 8l!?aTO*? AJID RlFBiaBXTATlTIS who desire to be aerved with lb* Star, will plMM notify tbo Secretary of (bo Senate mad Clerk of the Houae to order te fbr them. This muit be done tOMoare early attention to their re quest* to here it tent to then. SPIE.iT 07 THE MORNING PRX1I. The Union aaya that the Rot. Mr. Dean, elected Senate Chaplain, la an Iowa Metho diat preacher; and containa proof thai Sena tor Douglaa is rapidly recovering hia health. The aame journal comment! indignantly on the frauds alleged to hare been perpetrated by the Know Nothing* in the late election in Baltimore; nrgea economy in the expenditure of the Federal Government; and rejoioea that the Ohio Stat**m*u repudiate* John Van Bu ren. The bittllig?noor regreta that the Union does not see fit to calm down ita anger against the London Timej, now th...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 5 December 1855

evening star. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. Tlx 03WCIII?Board of AlUtrmtn.?The Board met Monday evening at the u?ual hour? two member* absent. The bill from the Council for the preserva tion of order and the protection of pro port j w? referred The Mil from the same Board for the naming end numbering of certain street* in the First Ward was referred. The bill from the same Board for the relief of tbe Union fire Company wae referred. The amendment of tne Council to the act regulating wherfage on guano, slate, and oysteT ahelR wae laid on the table. The aet providing for the establishment of a Board of Health, the appointment of a Com missioner of Health, and prescribing his duties, and for the abatement of nuisances, was taken up; and after discussion, postponed until Monday next. The bill providing fur the removal of offal, slops, Ac., waa made the special order for Monday next. Mr. Pepper reported back an aet for the naming and number.: -,g of certain streets in the First Ward; rt ferred to ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 5 December 1855

KVENING STAR. THE IRISHMAN. J here w a lady lived at Leltb, A ladv very stylish. man, And yet. lr. spite of ail her teeth. She fell la tove wUfc a a Irishman? A nasty ugly Irishman, A wild tremendous Irishman, A tearing.i.wearing, thumping, bumping, ramp lng, rearing Irishman His fare was no way* beautiful, For with small po* 'twas warred across; Aad tb j shoulder* of the ugly dog W^re almost double a Yard across. o, the lamp of an Irishman, The whisky-devouring Irishman The great he-rogue, with his wonderful brogue, the fi^htlrg, rioting irishman. One of his eyes was bottle greea, And the "her eye was out. my dear : Aad the caiv* of his wicked looking legs Were more than twe fe*t about, my dnr. O. the prtat big Irishman. The rat iing, battling Irishman? The stamping, ram plug, swaggering, staggering, leathering swash of an IrtsLmaa. . I * He took so much of Lundy Foot Thtt he u rd to *aort and scuffle?O, Aad. ia shape and Mze, the fellow's neek \Y -i? a? b.ui an the neck of a buffa...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 6 December 1855

the EVENnro stab. ' *?tbrn??b, . <EXo**T SUNDAY,) A> tk*Stmr Emitting rtnsr ,f p rfTnrll, ?****? itrui, wi ay Wt D' V1LL401, a m ? . eenred *? ,ab?oribers by carriers at Si A ANJ A QUARTER CENTS, payable waekly ^faU"Vj*r*T> *nred 1m packages at 37j* , reo:*fc. To mall subscribers the sub SrSS?* to TB ?KK "Ol-i^BS piF. for """.TWOBOLIARS J six mootks, and OAK DOLLAR to* three ^ ^ ?o?U-X U?e ^ <rf Information for Travelers. V?A?H1WHT01 BK A X CHR aTlr iTIdT C a?"?E.2.F HOURS. !Aaand after M? Leawt' wl2i^8tMt'the T"*118 ?* P* m "llfel?ta,i ? ? ?? m , aad 3 aad Oa?uwU?at4j< p. m. ? *T? mwe at^u^Vta,u?Su4 On Soaday at 4* a. m apO-tr T. H. PARSONS, Ageat. O'UsSm fSKXI-^ark, TH?*A9^fiS5jUfi mt 9tSfSSt ^c2r?tt ^?^?r?ST^Si?4w,krtr-M?-? lUfrwaoicou oa the boat RAM'T, SKPNRY.Optala ?' ' * aleia.idru railroad. \V? ?rmS^bet^e,n.WAS*l^?TON and Dov^v?i , l- ?.T,a ALEXANDRIA, GOR ?, slaii,LUi ^ "ICHMOXD-o^uL Wt^ hi i^toa |f before < o'clock a m ASsEs.:: ? :: uc*rt Alexandria y ? g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 6 December 1855

EVENING STAR. WABHIHeTOHOITT: THURSDAY ?? jy Adt**ti8bi??*? abould bo handed In b y It o'clock, M., o tiMfl* tbsy may not ap pear >otil the next day. jy Se5AT0*? AI?0 RsrKMBXTATtTlt wh< dc?:re to be aorved with the Star, will pleaM notify the Secretary of the Senate and Clerk rf tbo House to order it for tbem. This moil be dene to secure early attention to tbeir re quests to have it sent to tbem. ?? ?" ' ?>? ? SPIRIT or THE MOB?IW? PBISS. The Union pnbltshea tbe following lele graphic correspondence between Governor blaiiiiOQ ani tbe Preeideat, as embracing ell that has yet transpired between the Govern ru-Rt at this point and Governor 8., upon th? kuLjeot of tbe revolution said to be in progresi in Kansas. Tbe Union explains that it is tbe Presidents duty, under tbe law, to employ tha mil'.Ury foroa of tbe Government under such rii-cuiarances, to quell tbe rebellion, and that it will net be so used, (though it will be promptly assembled to be ready to be used,) until after...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 6 December 1855

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. 2^wA0WO rattlesnake, pre vious to striking with hi? ieadlv fanrt V??a? Iranr bj ni* If ngk &?eded through 1* ?n?e ^ woe be to the object tAt .* rtnkc. So it will bo with our devoLd city. Warning after warning has bean iriveu accumulated disease and bereavement u!?mlly anTlSlS^Tb! bU? rM'baV0SV"kt* lood *nd ofWa. The Major has been urged to act ILJi e?nen7 d?i?ioD; atill w? move on J0? c?**,n fraction and no IST? fv War4 of th# iB?P?ndiog dan. fn tb^o?Um?1-eXC^niect whieh u counted on the lowar pUun along the line of Pennsyl 7w ?T,nmr l*.hauledu>thc plain above and bum :Sriidin ra*"?, generating b!Tk f?? J? *??an lif<;atd then rolling fhf JST S??** *?*??> the air wit* "d P?u*??oe- Better <? uii it be that the scavenger upset the box wh??o he found it, and let each house have an . ' *hat it is in collected masMf: and poreioly many voieee might move our Councils ?otieu ere it ia too late. The approaohing nmmtr wUl ripen and r>nag into action those...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 6 December 1855

EVENING STAR. LONG AGO. When it cfre 1 <nt alone, Thinking on th? pest and gene? While the dock, with 4m vsy finger, how long the mlnutf* linger? And the embers, dim'/ burning, Tell of Life to Dnrt rtturning Theo my lonely caalr around With a qalet, mournful sound? With ? mum or soft and low, Come the ghosts of Long Ago ?>ec hv one, 1 count them o'er, Volccs, thftt are heard no more, T?n, that loving cheeke have wet; w ord*. whoee music lingers yet iioly Ci&e, pale and fair; Shado*vy l^ks of waving hair? Happy sighs and whispers dear, Songs forgotten many a year? Lips ot dewy frajrrance?tyea lin^hter, bluer than the skies? ('dors breathed from Paradise. iVr.il the gentle shadows glide softly murmuring at mv side. Till the long unfriended day. All fcrgotten, fades sway. Thu*. when I am all alone. Dreaming o'er the past and gone, kU around me, sad and slow, Come the ghosts of Long Ago Extensive Swindle ?The San ^rauoi?co Evening News of Tuesday, relates that a eoupfo of week...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 7 December 1855

THE EVENING STAE, rtQLlHHKU tVfeKV AFTEK^IVV.f, (EXCEPT 81XDA.V,) It tk* Star ?t?W4t?fi, C3rr.;r of j ?t??>*? a*3 cUtimK strut, By W. D. W ALL ICE, ' Wli be ?enr?i (a aub?c:.oers by ocrri?r* at *11 AND A ^CARTER CENT#, payable weekly la t)4 Areata; juptr* s*rT*d la packages at 37 )| ?ei.u j*x mo.-ivU. To nu l ?,u.jeribera the aub ?cnjUic i--< eli T11 :tEli DOLLARS AMD FIF TY CE.N i'S ayeurw? xcCcouci, TWO DOLLARS fat six iruialts, ai^i ONE DOLLAR foi tbm ?tontim, (or less tv?n tbree ccoctfu at tie rate of 18jg a week. SINGLE COPIES ONE CENT. WASHINGTON, D. C., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1855 Information for Traveler*. PiaPLE'S XKW STEAMSHIP H*K, Brt.vau Caltirasr*. Alexandria, Walk* lrjt#R sin! Upnrsftuwn. 1'HK NEW AND COMMODIOUS 3TF. \M Fmtel'e* DIAMOND STATE rjC^> Will TU'i te til ri/ en e t wv. k It J>, - ii'i ?>i'i t?>*nitea.. jTCfO'**j t-avine BiiltTiiiore t n rvi. uMav aflern?n, arriving at Alexandria on ftion d<T r< *r:->ln ? aid at Wa^uiagtouand Georgetow...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 7 December 1855

EVENING STAR. WA8HIHGT0H CUT: JHIOAT Otfrabir T, 1*44. f*-""ADviRTis**xJiTr should be handed in by 12 o'clock. M , otherwise they may not ap pear until the next day. AOFXlt FOR* THE STAR The following persona are authorised to con tract for the publication of advertisements in tfc e Frar: ^mVui?lDhU-V. B Palukr, N W. corner r 'fth and Chestnut streets. Yoxk-S.M. P*ttis8ii.lA Co., Nassau ttrecf. ' Boston?V. B Palms*, Bcollay'i Building. tff SltHATORS AMD RF.rRKJKNTAT1VES who desire to be served with the Star, will please rotify the Secretary of the Senate and Clark of the House to order it for them. This muit l>e done to sec arc early attention to their re quests to havo it rent to them SPIRIT or TEX MORN IRQ P&2SS. The Intelligencer discusses the philosophy nf set speeches in Congress on public ques . tioa*. coming to the conclusion that they are napital things for the health of the body poli tic. The Utuou argues that the Dcmocjacy are sure of succeed in the upproaching Pres...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 7 December 1855

evening star. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE SrLiMMi* On, T\ubtinc..v?We call the at tention of tho admirer* of the fine arts to the of painting, by James C. McOuire, auc tioneer, at Caru*l> Saloon, this evening, at 7 o'clock. A* a collection of ancient ana cod *rn masters we have seMom ceen it equalled atnougn the old masters. We notice a fine picture by John of l.eydcn, the Surrender of the Netherlands. This painting is old and in a high alike of preaervetion; another, the Pack Horse of the Tivolio?, by Philip de Roos, ?called R<*? d? Tivoli, and like tne Surrender ?>C the Netherlands, would be a credit to any collection. We notice amongst the modern artist*, some very fice pictures, such a? never before have been offered el auction. The Surprise, by -liteWsck of Brussels; a paiutingof unequalled merit for the effect of torchlight. This pic ^uru will well repay a visit This artist, we believe, elands unrivsPod for these subjects. The Passing Shower, by Patini cf Brussels: h caanuing ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
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